Experts expect large herring run in Togiak

April 21st 11:56 am

Uncertainty remains about value the fish will fetch in market

Trooper patrol vessel will stay in Unalaska

April 21st 11:56 am

State Legislature blocks Stimson's move to Kodiak

Soup-off fundraiser nets $16,000 for shelter

April 21st 11:55 am

The annual Soup-Off fundraiser brought in $16,000 for the region's domestic violence shelter, according to M. Lynn Crane, executive director of Unalaskans Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence.

Obituary: Albert William Ball, Sr.

April 21st 11:54 am

Albert William Ball was born November 6, 1914 in Aberdeen, Washington and passed away on April 10 at the age of 99 in College Place, Washington.

In Brief

April 21st 11:53 am

Poems in Place submissions extended to April 30

Regional stars shine in AABC all-star games

April 21st 11:52 am

Barrow High School senior showed the rest of the state what teams in the Western Conference already knew on Friday at the 2014 Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches' All-Star Game. He can score with the best of them.

Peer mentor for recovering addicts busted for stealing clinic narcotics

April 21st 11:50 am

George Washington Kase, 25, originally of Dillingham, was arrested Friday afternoon in Togiak for alleging breaking into the village clinic pharmacy and stealing prescription medications.

Togiak man arrested for assault

April 21st 11:48 am

A Togiak man was arrested on April 7 and charged with domestic violence assault and two counts of bootlegging alcohol in a dry village.

Dillingham clinic sees record number of pets

April 21st 11:47 am

Nonprofit offers pet owners on-site, low cost surgeries in Alaska's rural areas

Prosecution dismisses assault case ahead of trial

April 21st 11:46 am

The state has dropped two counts of second degree sexual assault against Christopher S. Alakayak, 26, of Manokotak. Alakayak was arrested on the charges in February 2012, was indicted the following month, and was scheduled to go to trial this month in [...]

Scientists predict El Niño will develop this summer or fall

April 21st 11:46 am

Weather pattern can make for warmer, wetter winters

Bristol Bay residents await return of birds

April 21st 11:45 am

Perhaps you've noticed a mew gull patrolling the harbor, heard a flock of geese honking overheard, or already spotted that classic herald of spring, the American robin. The great spring migration has begun, as a billion or more birds are traveling north along [...]

Delta Western employees vote to unionize

April 21st 11:44 am

Workers at a vessel fueling facility in Unalaska approved unionizing last week after months of controversy over work conditions and allegations of abuse.

Robinson steams over missed Finland trip

April 21st 11:43 am

Unalaska City Council member Dennis Robinson was pretty steamed over the council's exclusion from an trip to Finland which includes sauna baths in Helsinki. But he may yet make the trip, if the mayor can arrange an invitation.

Unalaska Police Report

April 21st 11:42 am

As told by the public safety officers of Unalaska. Any charges reported in these statements are accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent until or unless proven guilty.

Tools available to talk with your kids

April 21st 11:21 am

I have always found it important to talk with my kids because I know that they are bombarded with examples of relationships everywhere they go, many of them far from realistic.

Opinion: Education funding debate brings up issues of rural versus urban funding

April 21st 11:20 am

Word in the halls of Juneau is that the Alaska Legislature might, this year, approve the largest increase in funding for schools in Alaska in years. Menial increases or stagnant budgets have for decades allowed inflation to erode what were once some of the [...]

King breezes to Kobuk 440 win

April 18th 12:26 pm

Fast trail, excellent weather leads musher to record-breaking victory

Kobuk 440 is much more than a dog race

April 18th 12:25 pm

According to some mushers and officials, this year's race was the best yet

Students find tradition along K440 trail

April 18th 12:23 pm

Youth from Kotzebue, Kiana and Noorvik join in caravan

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